|Studio album by The Choirboys|
|The Choirboys chronology|
Yo-Yo was released by Australian hard rock group The Choirboys in 1996 and is the follow-up to their previous studio album, Dancing on the Grave of Rock n' Roll. The album was recorded in Cologne, Germany with producer Peter Blyton. "Solo" was released as a single in December and soon after, drummer Barton Price left the group.
A limited edition twin-CD package of Yo-Yo and Dancing on the Grave of Rock n' Roll was also released. Yo-Yo didn't get the publicity of their early albums and failed to make an impact in the charts when it was released.
- "One Way Street"
- "Drops Like a Stone"
- "White Trash"
- "Can't Believe"
- "This Is My Summer"
- "Mary's Wall"
- Mark Gable – vocals, guitars, keyboards
- Ian Hulme – vocals, bass guitar
- Richard Lara – guitar
- Barton Price – drums, percussion, backing vocals
- Producer – Peter Blyton
- Holmgren, Magnus; Hopp, Michael; Coleman, Richard. "The Choirboys". Australian Rock Database. Magnus Holmgren. Retrieved 17 July 2010.
- McFarlane, Ian (1999). "'Choirboys' entry". Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. ISBN 1-86508-072-1. Retrieved 17 July 2010. Note: Archived on-line copy has limited functionality.
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